2020 Virtual Summer Program

Watch this video about our Summer Children’s Programs!

Children ages 14 and younger are encouraged to participate in the Uniontown Public Library’s 2020 Virtual Summer Program. Those who are too young to read can still participate and may have books read to them.

Each participant will receive a reading log to record the books they read during the summer. When they reach their goals, they will receive prizes.

All readers are invited to enjoy virtual events for Summer Program members. 

Summer is the time to have fun! Read any age-appropriate book that you like. If you need some help choosing a book to get started, talk to the librarian.

Support for the Summer Quest is provided by the Friends of the Uniontown Public Library.

Uniontown Public Library
2020 VIRTUAL SUMMER PROGRAM
June 22ND  – August 15th

Summer is the time to have fun!  Read any age-appropriate books that you like.  If you need some help choosing a book to get started, talk to the librarian.

Children ages 14 and younger may register online at our website at uniontownlib.org beginning June 22ND. They may also print a reading log at the same site. 

Registration forms and reading logs may also be picked up at the library by calling 724-437-1165.

When children reach their reading goals, they will receive prizes.

Books are available for curbside pickup.  Request your books online or call the library.

Children who are too young to read may have books read to them.

 

Click here to download the Reading Logs

Click here to download the 2020 Virtual Summer Reading Program Brochure

Click here to register for the 2020 Virtual Summer Reading Program

 

READING INCENTIVES

DO NOT TURN IN YOUR READING LOGS UNTIL YOU HAVE FINISHED READING ALL THE BOOKS YOU ARE GOING TO READ FOR THE SUMMER PROGRAM.  YOU CAN SET YOUR GOAL AT ONE BOOK, FIVE BOOKS OR TEN BOOKS.  TO LIMIT CONTACT, ALL PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TOGETHER.  READING LOGS WILL NOT BE RETURNED. 

READ ONE BOOK
Receive an I Love To Read bracelet.
Sponsored by Sheetz Stores.

READ FIVE BOOKS

In addition to the bracelet, receive an adorable rubber ducky.
Sponsored by Walmart stores.

READ TEN BOOKS
You will earn the bracelet, the ducky  AND IN ADDITION one of these assorted beach balls for summer fun and a free  children’s meal at Applebee’s.
Sponsored by Rittenhouse Bus Lines and Applebee’s.

 

Take-And-Make Craft

Make a new craft each week. Pick up and take home a new bagged craft each week.  Sponsored by the Casteel Family and Rittenhouse Bus Lines.

 

VIRTUAL SUMMER PROGRAMS

Sponsored by

Stage Right presents two stories from their Books Come Alive! series.  Enjoy The Popcorn Dragon and The True Story of the Three Little Pigs.

Matt Sandbank’s Shadow Factory brings us Shadow Camp, a series of three workshops demonstrating the art of shadow puppets.  Designed for children ages 7-12.

The Josh and Gab Show combines original music with comedy and positive lesson for children.

Eugene Brammer hosts the Absolute Science Show.  This series of eleven shows uses demonstrations and experiments to illustrate concepts from foam and fire to lasers.

Doc Dixon offers the Knights of the Library Table.  This combination of comedy and magic never fails to delight adults and children alike.

Darren Liebman’s Didgeridoo Down Under comes all the way from Australia.  Children will experience an introduction to Australian music, culture, puppetry and comedy.

Chris Johnson brings his WOW Magic Workshop.  Children will learn simple magic tricks using items found around the house.

Our thanks to the following for their generous support:

LORRAINE JONES

THE CASTEEL FAMILY

FRIENDS OF UNIONTOWN LIBRARY

Rittenhouse Bus Lines